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wendy k. walker

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Hi Everyone,

Have any of you ever tried to set up a server on Windows XP home edition? I've been trying to figure out how to do that and I'm kind of going bonkers at the moment.

I'm trying to set up an Apache server on my system and I haven't a clue as to what I'm doing but I'm determined to get it done if it's at all possible.

Thanks for any help.

♥ Wendy
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http://bignosebird.c...an/windows.html
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Hi pip22,

Thanks for the link. Oddly enough Apache is one of the servers that I was toying with, just a newer version than the one that that link went to.

I was trying to follow all of their instructions but I wasn't getting anywhere fast. I finally uninsulated that one and downloaded IndigoPerl V2005.02 With Perl 5.8.6, Apache 2.0.48, and PHP 4.3.4 included in the package, now I just have to figure out how to make it all work.

♥ Wendy
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